Sweeney! Trailer

Sweeney! Trailer (1977)

"The roughest, toughest men from London's greatest crime squad smash their way onto the big screen!" 14 January 1977 Drama, Action, Crime 89 mins

The film followed the adventures of DI Regan and DS Carter as they became embroiled in a deadly political scandal. One of the leading members of the government, Charles Baker (Ian Bannen) is about to secure a huge deal with OPEC stabilising the world oil market and boosting Britain's position within it. Baker is the rising star of government, regarded a future prime minister, who is closely controlled by his urbane, manipulative American press secretary Elliot McQueen (Barry Foster). When Regan investigates the mysterious death of a prostitute as a favour to one of his informants, he becomes aware that Baker and McQueen might be involved. A spate of killings follow - which sees Regan take on both the criminals and the hierarchy of the Metropolitan Police and British security services. The outcome of the film was similar to that of the Profumo affair, through with a typical Sweeney bittersweet ending.

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John Thaw

as Detective Inspector Jack Regan

Dennis Waterman

as Detective Sergeant George Carter

Barry Foster

as Elliott McQueen

Ian Bannen

as Charles Baker, MP

Colin Welland

as Frank Chadwick

Diane Keen

as Bianca Hamilton

Lynda Bellingham

as Janice Wyatt


International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 14 January 1977

Production Companies

Popular movie trailers from 1977

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15 July 1977

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New York, New York Trailer (1977)

21 June 1977

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The Car Trailer (1977)

12 May 1977

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The Man Who Loved Women Trailer (1977)

27 April 1977

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Candleshoe Trailer (1977)

16 December 1977

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Jabberwocky Trailer (1977)

28 March 1977

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Vanessa Trailer (1977)

11 March 1977

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A Bridge Too Far Trailer (1977)

15 June 1977

Tells the story of operation Market Garden. A failed attempt by the allies in the latter stages of WWII to end the war quickly by securing three bridges in Holland allowing access over the Rhine into Germany.

Eraserhead Trailer (1977)

19 March 1977

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Office Romance Trailer (1977)

26 October 1977

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High Anxiety Trailer (1977)

25 December 1977

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